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All persons aic hereby forbidden to
bathe In the pool at ICnpeua Tails in
Nuuauu Vnllcy, or In any way to defile
tho water supplying the, same or to trcs.
piss on tho adjacent giounds.
Any person disrcg.uding this notice
will bo prosecuted to the full utcnt of
CHAfJ. H WILSON,
Supiilntuidenl (if Water '.Vol ks.
CltAB. T. GtlMUk,
Minister of Intel ior.
Onice Honolulu Water Work's, )
U79 lm March 23th, 18t!3. )
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Jiivnlc ol California, &.TP.
And thoir ugonts in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
.Messrs. N. M. Rothschild &Son, Londun.
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,'
The Commeicial Bank Co., of Sjdney,
The Bank of New Zealand: AuoUland,
Chrlstchurch, and "Wellington.
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C. and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business
w foe gauljj nii.
Fledged to neither Sect nor Party.
Bat established far tho benefit of all.
FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 18S5.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Central Park Skating Rink and
Roller Coaster, afternoon and even
ing. Imp. Order of Red Men, at 7 :30.
Morning Star Lodge, K of J. 7 :30
In discussing possible new indus
tries for this Kingdom, perhaps
enough has not been made of cotn
paiatively simple, inexpensive rind
indigeneous ones. Those that have
had the major shaio of attention arc
industries demanding the application
of a good deal of experience, con
siderable capital and much patience.
Ramie culture and manufacture,
which it is giatifyiug ,to notp have
been definitely undertaken, requited
a somewhat intricate machine to' he
invented and a joint stock company
to be formed. Sericulture requires
in advance a careful consideration of
the cost and care needed to conduct
it, then close attention from the
time it is begun, and a good while to
wait for tcsults. While these dilli
culties will only give a zest to the
employment in the case of solne
people, they will debar many others
from taking it up. As it takes all
sorts of people to make a world, so
it takes a groat vaiiely of industries
to go round and suit all dispositions
and capacities among eyen the small
population of this Kingdom. Tlicio
fore, we detirc to give a hint 'Of
much wealth going to waste for want of
enterprising labor to gather it. Guava
tiees are glowing wild in those
places, and many tons of the fruit rot
within an hour's walk of Honolulu.
Chinamen sell quantities of it from
door to door, and it is made into
jelly for the local market by a veiy
few persons. Guava jelly is es
teemed a veiy dainty luxury in other
countries, and commands a high
pi ice in their maikets. Is theio any
reason why this fruit should not be
saved from waste and uianufactmcd
for expoit? None, probably, except
tho want of tho necessary entei prise
to start a preserving factoiy. Such
an establishment could put up n
vaiiety of other flourishing pioducts
of our soil. There is tho delicate
mango, too tender to ever become
an export in the raw state, but
capable of nianuf actuie into delicious
preserves and toothsome pickles,
Vast quantities of it go to waste
right here in Honolulu, which might
be turned into mopey if only the
enterprise to utilize it was forthcom
ing. Another 'pioduct growing wild
here is so scarce in foreign markets
that it is rarely sold in a puro statc
That is arrowroot. A package lof
this articlo sent from here to London
was analyzed by a chemist iheie,
who declared it was the best and
purest he had ever seen. It retails
as high as two shillings a pound in
England, where it is esteemed a
necessity in the mature of children.
Onco Its manufacture was carried on
by a man on one of these Islands,
but ho was binned out and the cntci
priso was abandoned. Such simple
industiics m these, which would
utilize the indigencous products of
the cottnliy, might prove more io
tnunciativo than more pretentious
ones inlioduccd at the cost of much
study, laboi and capital. Only a
few yenie ago the coasts of tho
Eastern Provinces of Canada teemed
with the lobster, and ftom its un
limited plenlif ulncss it was haully
esteemed worth catching; while only.
local demands wcic to bo supplied.
Kul (someone slaitcd a canneiy to
put up the delicate ciustaccan for
market, and soon many thousand
dollais of capital were profitably
employed in the business, and thou
sands of sea coast dwcllets wclc
given remunerative employment at
catching lobsters. Similar results
should be expected of tho utilization
of many of our natural products
now miming to waste. Who will
take the matter into consideration
and give the above suggestions
CREDIT OF THE COUNTRY.
A orrespondent is somewhat sar
castic in liis remarks upon the pro
minence given by our morning con
temporary to a small salo of bonds
effected by the Government. Un
doubtedly there has been too much
crying out about ccitain people try
ing" to destroy the credit of the
country, when they simply ob
jected to extravagant expendi
tures for what the Advertiser
the othor day called "ornamental
purposes," and stood for adminis
tration of affaiis according to the
laws of the country. We should
like to see the Government get all
the funds icquired for necessary
appropriations, but nothing is more
essential to the nation at the present
time than a critical and vigilant
opposition party. It would material
ly aid that "discretion" invoked up
on the Ministiy by His Majesty at
prorogation, to direct them in the
Older of pieccdence in which they
should place the appropriations so
hugely oveilapping the laigest
possible levcnue. There is some
thing rather silly in the outcry about
deciying the country raised against
people who do no more than exorciso
their rights in opposing what they
deem to he bad government.
THE IMPENDING CRISIS.
In a late lecture, delivered in Bos
ton, Mass., by the Rev. Joseph
Cook, lie spoke as follows relative
to" the rapid progress that the tem
perance question is making in Cana
da, England and tho United States.
We quote the paragraphs to illus
trate the fact which is every day
becoming more patent, that inlom
peiance is to be one of the great
questions for legislation in the near
"The Dominion Parliament of
Canada, by a vote of 122 to 40, has
already pledged itself to pass a
national law to prohibit the impor
tation", manufacture 'and sale of in
toxicating liquors, as soon as it shall
be shown that a majority of the
Cauadian citizens ate in favor of it.
" The enthusiasm on this topic,
that lolls in great deluges over On
tario, must be witnessed close at
hand, to be understood. You think
I am running ahead of the times, in
a manner very fanatical. But, if
you please, I have just been over
the border into the British Maritime
Provinces, and a few months ago I
was at Winnipeg in Manitoba and at
Victoiia on Vancouver Island. It
has been my fortune to sec the Do
minion of late, from sea to sea. I
find American populations, even in
the Mississippi Valley, torpid on this
theme, and despairing at times,
whete Canadian populations exhibit
vigor and hope. According to the
indications of the hour, the Domini
on of Canada is likely to pass, earl
ier than the United States, a national
enactment, making the liquor traffic
1I beg you to notice that the
most conservative religious bodies
in England are now demanding
vigorous prohibitory legislation.
"I ask you to remember that the
Roman Catholic Church' itself in the
United States begins to demand it,
"I hold in my hand a portion of
a speech made lately by Cardinal
Manning, in which ho says:
" 4I impeach tho liquor traffic of
high crimes and misdemeanors
against the commonwealth, and I
ask you, in the name of common
sense and common justice, can you
withhold from those entrusted with
the high responsibility of the ballot,
the power of applying their votes in
tho form of a voto when it is pro
posed, without consulting them, to
put in the midst of them those
places for tho sale of intoxicating
drinks? ... It is mere mockery
to nsk us to put down drunkenness
by moral and leligious moans, when
the legislature facilitates the multi
plication of incitements to iutcm
peiaucc on every side. You might
as well call upon mo as the captain
of a sinking ship, and say: 'Why
don't you pump the water outr'
when you arc scuttling the ship in
every direction.' v
"Piccisely such ' sentiments as
those have lately been ulteied by
Canon Wilbtrfoicc, whom our great
American evangelist calls?tho, mos(t
eloquent picachcr "of1" the Establish
ment. I beg you to remember jtlic
position lately assumed on the topic
of temperance by the Catholic Ple
nary Council at Ballimoie. Its lan
guage, I hope, will become histoiic.
In its pastoral letter, sent out to tho
clergy, it says: '' '
" 'We" not only "direct the atten
tion of all pastorsi. to the repression
of this abuse, but we also call upon
them to induce all thcir'flocks,J,hat
may be, engaged inJtlio sale ofjiiquors'
to abandon, as soon as they can'the
dangerous Unfile, and to embrnco a
more becomingj.wayof making a liv
"Father O'Connor, of New Yoik,
as you, Mr. Chairman, have .lately
been asking us to notice, says that
in that city there arc 10,000,'liquor
shops, 7,000 tof which pay a license
for carrying oh their nefarious" traffic,
and that of these 7,000 licensed
saloon keepers, G,500 arc Irish and
Germans. The Catholic priests in
the diocese of Boston arc asking our
legislature for n law preventing tho
sale of liquor within four .bundled
yards of a church. Bishop Ireland,
of St. Paul, has lately refused to
admit to the Catholic communion any
liquor seller in his parish." Ap
plause. VICTORY AT LAST.
EuiTOit Bui.i.utin: Sound the
loud timbiel, clash . the cymbals,
blow ye the trumpet, blow', peal tho
sackbut, toot the hoin, exult yc Is
lands, for the oppressor is van
quished and the Kingdom hath
We cannot in calmer language
congiatulate the Government upon
its great victory over its enemies
who have so long tried to destroy
its credit. At last they have failed.
For moie thau a long year they pre
vailed the Government"' fi om bor
lowing money, duting, which timo a
viituous and pcisecuted Ministiy
vainly struggled against gicat odds,
and endeavored to administer affairs
as belt they might, but never a
dollar have they been able to borrow
owing to the evili ;mqchinations
of their enemies, until now. The
history of this dark pciiod will
never be revealed. How they havo
had to scratch around for money for
the meiest necessities of the nation ;
how they have had to put off their
cieditors, fail in their enggoments,
extend their notes, pay silver and
shinplastcrs instead of gold, reissue
void certificates, and all to'' keep
things barely agoing, and pay for
tho absolute essentials of good gov
ernment, like, for instance, the ap
propriation to relieve the Board i of
Genealogy of Hawaiian Chiefs,' new
uniforms for the volunteer compa
nies, Moridian embassy to "Washing
ton, etc., etc. But now tho
phalanx against them is broken,
they have effected a loan of seven
thousand ' dollars in gold, silver, or
silver certificates,! it niatters&littlc
which in view of the successful con
summation of this gieat financial
operation.' Cfedic it is restored;'
in fact, as the organ says, it has
ncyer, been lost. r$ow a repentant
populace will flock to the treasury
with their savings aim,, force the,
Government to borrow of them. Tho
danger of a plethora of iinoney will
be almost as great as that of too lit
tle, or adulterated coin, or none at
all ; butjWC may trust to the clear
intelligence and financial experience
of the Minister of Finance, which
have so signally led the Government
out of our late troubles) to delivcrtis
also from this new difficulty. Wq
cannot blame the organ under these
propitious circumstances for, its tu
multuous happiness of yesterday.
New York & Honolulu Packet
MESSRS. "W. JI.jCROSSMAN
N. Y.( will despatch a first
class vessel In this line, from
New York to Honolulu Direot,
on or about JUNE II?. Parties wishing
to avail themselves of4hls lino opportu
nity should forward orders as eaily as
OASTEE & COOKE, Agents, .
Honolulu, April 3, 1885. HHO lm
ON ACCOUNT Of departure from
tho Kingdom, all persons owing
me aro requested to makoi immediate
payment to L. A. THURSTON, 38 Mer
chant Btrott, who has a full power of
attorney to transact all business for mo
in my absence. He is authorized to re
ceipt for all moneys due me, and to en
force payment of unpaid claims.
Honolulu, March IS, 1885. 960 Sin
OFF WAlKlKI, a small fint.boUomed
boat. Owner tan havo lh eftrno
by paying oxpenses, and applying to
run... Tinni'ini T.v.trw.tJS
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
and Sollcllm in Ghancciy. Olllcc
Campbell's Block, Second Slorj', Rooms
8 and 0. Entrance oil Merchant Sheet,
Honolulu, II. I. 034 if
MR. X. F. BURGESS
has purchased the Ex.
nriwi Business latolv cnnlcd on bv Sir.
G. M. Lake, nt 81 King Street, nnd is
prepared to execute all orders with
promptness, and ic3ucctfuHy solicits,
puuiiu patronage., unica iciepuonv,
V0.'. Residence Tclophono, 162.
S4 it m: y. iiuituusa.
I hac received instructions to sell at
i l'ublc Auction, on
SATURDAY, APRIL lSlliJ
at 12 o'clock JI., at Salesroom.
THOSE TWO CERTAIN LOTS
Nos. 131 and 1H2 on Bei etanla Street
opposite Mr. 'Maerten's. Each 100 I
feet front by 150 feet depth, at the '
Upset Price of $750.00
each. Terms Cash, ononchalf cash i
bilance in one or two ycais, secured I
by nioitgf.gc with intorcst at 9 per
These lots are on tho upper side of
the load adjoining each othor in a j
nlnn.nnt . ... 1. 1 1.11 liftml mill .1 ..lit.
IJiluaiAjm iiujiii;uiliuii miu ...111111
15 minutes' walk of tho town.
K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
084 td r
Doii't Forget . It !
Distributed and Collectcd'and
' r.TO. Ti Y- -. N ,
.T. E3. Wiseinaai,
General BuhIucbs AK'bnt.i
Campbell's Buildinp, Merchant! Street;.
Hi 88S J,w ,
A NATIVE sahMn.w, one, that uin
speak mid iiiidl'istnnd English mill
acquainted with llu'divbods luiEinii3.
Addict DUVCOODSi Bulletin Onife.
BY AN Aimricm gtil, .1 situation, to
take care of children or do hou'O
work In a lcspirtable family. Apply at
082 at THIS OFFICE.
' ' '
A LADY oxpecting to go to San i'ritu
cisco about May 1st, would1 like to
meet with some one who for having jier
fare paid to San Francisco, would take ,
full charge of a child 2 years of age.
Address immediately, P. 0. Bos 287. '
TO PUKCHASE," MulLeriy loates.
Address L. M., ojlicc of thisfpaper.
. 970 lw , , j
?& four ii( re aiciv oh' Nuuanu.
avenue, uuioinmgti' a. benae.;
fer'st Esh!, with uncicnt water
mrighta in addition o, govern
ment water, privilege, well fenced and
improved. Apply .to ,-.'
,.., JOBT H.'PATY,
or to J. E. ms'e'rnan, General Business
Agent t , " , 978 lm
Comer Beretania & Fnnchbowl'Sts-
AFIBST-CLA6S place of ninusfii
ment in a first-class locality.
Nothing of an objectionable nature al
lowed on tho premises.'" Open every
afternoon in tho week and every night,
Wednesday, excepted. ' " I
Tuesday and Friday afternoons nnd
.nights, Ladies andtheir escorts and
.children that acifohipany tlfem'arc ad.
mlttpd. The' hqodlumplomntbtilctly
'excluded. As .these afternoons und nights
aro specially designed ,fojv Ladles, the
nronrietor will use cvefv exertion to
have them instructed and accompanied!
rn tlin flnsr ulirtfn (liv tlnntrn ft i
nil iiiu ii"ii iuiw mivj uvniiw i
The Kink' Skates for both Ladi Js and
Gentlemen1 are -without rubber spflngs,
Beginners can learn on this skate in
jialMho time it requires on nn absolute
rubber spring. J', 'Sj).i
.ThCto illy PU .on tfiiiSkateJdify: jundcr
the skate, docs not soil tlio dres, and
one oiling U sufficient for nn nfternoon
or event's skating. Beginners,' only
have to guard forward and backwards
on ther jskates, while the rubberjbends
sideways, straining the ankles, neccssi
tating guarding backward, forjwuds,
and sideways, 4
Prices reasonable for a flrstclasrfltink,
Admission, 2I cents for adults nnd chil
dren over Ave jears of figo,' use, of
Hink'Skntes,' 15 cents) private kutes, up
charge. Afternoons only, ndinlbsion
chorgedj skates free. Skntorsi ciifi save
rmonoy by purchasing commutation tic.
ket gool for ton admtssions;.'wltll llink
Bkatcs, $3.50, 01 35 cents for ndtpisjUqn
and Bknlcs, 'il
Skaters cau leave their skates lij Skate
Room (at their own risk) whero they
will bo kept to thoir ordor, cleaned,
repaired, etc., freo of charge. This
llink will bo under the supervision of
tho proprietor ut all limes. Any inat
tention of employees should be reported
to the Proprietor. 982
AMUAL CLEARANCE SALE
NO. 63 FORT STREET.
CoiienciDi Friday, March 6tli, 1885.
In order to make room for our linsurpassad stock which
' is being' bought regardless of expense or trouble at the
present time in Eastern Markets by S. GOHjN" & CO.
Prices Deduced in
Has Removei to
IjaJlliB',fi BOOTS AND SHOES J J
fe The Corner Harness Store
.Large invoices of GoodB (of all descriptions) having been icccived by me .they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
l'lian the 'same quality of Goods can be purchased elbcwherc in Honolulu, and
satisfaction guaranteed. My .stock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN.
ENGLISH ANb SYDNEY MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Bags, &c., v
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Plate
The reputation of my HOME-MADE HARNESS for supei inri'ty of w6rkmanship
i-1 nnd-material remains unchallenged during my six years' residence here.
Thankful for the generous patronage of tho past, its continuance and inciensc in
the futuro is respcctlully solicited at tho old stand, m t j
1 . .
t vy,.-,mnf- inrnrr-
The Only Eecpgnized General Business Agent on the Hawaiian, Islands.
, ' 'kSTA-BLTSIIEHD 1 8TO. . '
Offices in Campbell's Kre-p'roof Buildiner, 27 Merchant St,, Honolulu, H. I
r. O. JJ03C 315 : '1 1 1 Telephone 17.
REAL ESTATE AGENT Buys and sells Real Estate In alf parts of th'e Kinc
doui. Rents Ofllces, Houses, Cottages and Rooms. .
&9-WW AGKNT ' FOR Wir.mm'3 INTER-ISLAND STEAMERS-Tour
'fW? tho TrHVcl,ne Public will apply to mo for Tickets and Information to
'SOJ87?,S A?EN'l' FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
' W Id Ingest, Giaudest and Soundest Institution ofjts kind in the
aQANt'fOR THE GREAT BUILINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE'IN All ERICA
This Route, excels all other routes going Eabt, tho tcenery Jieing M10 grnudoM,
the meals he choicest and the Palace anf Dlniig(Cnrs the handbomebt and inokt
.EMPLOYMENT AGENT-Finds Employment for nil ecklng work in the vorl
ous branches of industry 011 tho Islands.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE OITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO
The best known Company in the Islands.
BT?J U(yF. mmHnietB Goods ut Custom House, pays aiuldischargeH
iJreight and Duty Bills under ppwer of Attorney, ",
MONEY BROKER Loans Monoy at all times on flral-claes ueuriliv.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT-Legairapois of emydtscrlpiioii'di, nn mn
Distributed and Collected. Books uiid iccpuiits kept and ajst ' jjceonls
bearphed. Rents Collected. TnNfcs and Insurance nu Piopem' !i c,kf d nftJr
Copying nnd Engrossing done. Advertisements, Xutspnicr Arli.I..., (..:
'' SttcSdcdU m Husincss of every nature piomptiy and luriiuitely
aWt FOR THE NEW MUSJO HALL AT HfOLULU-qompa.des abroad
will correspond ,wth mo for tenus, etc. Ordei , for Island She'll" CuiinJ T "
ol'etlimWOTld VlowS!,niU,1,ot03rarofull3 '"led and foiv.ni.Ied tmlipkna
lwcred" ai),,c,tainl"K t0 tI' l8lunds eUcu aml corrcpoudenee faith
B78 Gmtl Bule Aflcnt( Honolulu, Hawaiian Itlandt,
103 Fort Steet
Still to the Front !
of Fort and King streets, Honolulu, II. 1
"f i" tw ifaMBaBTaviiFryT.